Samantha: Frankly, I think it's sad, the way she's using a child to validate her existence.
Carrie: Exactly. Why can't she just use sex and a nice cocktail like the rest of us?

I don't have a baby! Everybody drink!


Carrie: You don't have to lose yourself to have a kid. I know plenty of cool, hip mothers who live in the City and who still have great careers and stuff.
Samantha and Miranda: (at the same time) Who?

Puberty is a phase. Fifteen years of rejection is a lifestyle.


Carrie: I'm not going to replace a man with some battery-operated device.
Miranda: You say that, but you haven't met The Rabbit.
Samantha: Oh come on, if you're going to get a vibrator, at least get one called The Horse.
Charlotte: A vibrator does not call you on your birthday. A vibrator doesn't send you flowers the next day. And you cannot take a vibrator home to meet your mother.
Miranda: Well. I know where my next orgasm is coming from. Who here can say as much?

Stanford's grandmother: Do you want a family?
Carrie: (voice)As I looked around at all the memorabilia and family photographs, the faces of brides and grooms, children and grandchildren, I realized... (end of voiceover) Yes, I do.

(Carrie and Charlotte are stretching together in yoga class)
Carrie: (voiceover) My Zen teacher once told me that there was nothing like
yoga to quiet a busy mind. Just as I had reached the moment of no thought...
Charlotte: (whispering) I think I broke my vagina.
Carrie: Oh sorry, am I pulling too hard?
Charlotte: No, metaphorically, I mean. With "the rabbit."

Miranda: You haven't met the Rabbit.
Samantha: Oh, come on. If you're going to get a vibrator, at least get one called the Horse.

(Carrie and Stanford went to the ballet together)
Carrie: Oh God I love "Sleeping Beauty"! The music, the sets, the costumes! It's so romantic! (She twirls around and imitates a ballerina)
Stanford: You only like it because she gets to sleep for a hundred years and she doesn't age.

(Miranda shows Carrie and Charlotte the vibrator at the store)
Miranda: Ladies, I'd like you to meet "The Rabbit."
Carrie: 92 dollars?!
Miranda: Please, think about the money we spend on shoes.
Charlotte: Well I have no intention of using that. I'm saving sex for someone I love.
Miranda: Fantastic. Is there a man in the picture?
(Carrie takes it out of the box)
Charlotte: Look! Oh, it's so cute! Oh I thought it would be all scary and weird, but it isn't! It's pink, for girls! I love the little bunny, it has a little face! Like Peter Rabbit.
Carrie: And it's even got a remote. I mean, how lazy do you have to be?

Samantha: My feet are killing me.
Carrie: Here, sit down.
Samantha: I can't. This outfit only works if I'm standing.

Miranda: What's the big deal? In 50 years men are gonna be obsolete anyway. I mean, already you can't talk to them, you don't need them to have kids with, you don't need them to have sex with anymore, as I've very pleasantly discovered.
Samantha: Uh oh, sounds like somebody just got their first vibrator.
Miranda: Not first, ultimate. And I think I'm in love.

Sex and the City Season 1 Quotes

Men, in their 40's are like the New York Times Sunday crossword puzzle; tricky, complicated and you're never really sure you've got the right answer.


the women are spying on Carrie's neighbours having sex
Charlotte: It never goes down does it? Look it's still....
Samantha: Hard.
Charlotte: Yeah.
Samantha: Gummy bear please. Give me the fucking candy.
Carrie: Hey, snapping over gummy bears might be a sign that celibacy is not for you.
Samantha: All I can say is that, my big payoff better be worth it.
Miranda: Samantha, I don't understand you, there are people out there starving and your fasting.